“I’ve made no secret about it quite a while that we are limited from a payroll standpoint at this point and time,” Williams said. “We haven’t earned our fans’ patronage enough to put us in that position, and that’s nobody’s fault except our own fault.
“Anything that would come across right now, even if it were appealing from a talent standpoint, we are not in a position to be able to do it.”
Other White Sox links:
- James is angry with the Sox refusal to make any adjustments during the season.
- Mike says there is only one real opportunity at the waiver trade period: selling high on Paul Konerko.
- Speaking of Paul Konerko, ha is one of very the few (only 12 more) that has an OPS+ larger than 150 in his age 34 and 35 seasons.
- Brett Ballantini takes a look ahead at the 2012 Chicago White Sox pitching rotation.